During these challenging times and while most of us are staying safe at home, let’s take advantage of this opportunity to bond and have fun with our family, keep our kids busy and learn new things to do inside our safe zone. Here’s a great activity that will make your little one be a better helper in the kitchen and a culinary expert someday.Continue reading
One of our daily hygiene is brushing teeth regularly. Tooth brushing is a must for both children and adults for it helps remove bacteria and plaque that causes tooth cavities and other dental problems. At an early age, we parents should teach our children the importance of self-hygiene and let them be responsible for their selves. Start it with having them brush teeth as part of their daily hygiene routine. It’s undeniable that sometimes kids resist doing this, so, better come up with an idea that will get her attention and cooperate.
MakeBrushTimeHappeTime and bonding moment with your little one.
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Alaska Sports resume its Annual program in teaching young athletes the fundamental skills and core values of the game by holding Alaska Basketball Power Camp 2019.
This year, Alaska Basketball Power Camp are currently being held in Baguio and Manila, and today, it’s Bacolod time. Last April 14, 2019 was the Baguio leg that more than 300 kids joined the first leg of the camp in Baguio and had the first-hand opportunity to be trained by Alaska-certified coaches headed by the Power Camp Director, Philippine Basketball Association legend and Alaska Aces Assistant Coach Jeffrey Cariaso together with the Alaska Aces players Simon Enciso and Abel Galliguez. The Manila leg was held at Ateneo de Manila University last April 24, 2019 which was joined by more than 200 kids. Training the participants of Manila camp were the Alaska Aces Jake Pascual, Vic Manuel, Christopher Exciminiano, Chris Banchero, and Yutien Andrada spearheaded by Coach Jeffrey Cariaso.
In today’s busy world, taking a little bit of a breather and spending some time with your kids will let you appreciate the modest aspects of life and remind you how valuable these moments are. Another reason to start creative projects with your kids is to expand their horizons and teach them some useful crafting skills. According to the studies done by psychologists, such activities tend to have long-lasting benefits for their cognitive development. Do you need more motivation? Then we’ll let you in on a secret; none of the crafting ideas we’re about to unveil will take more than 30 minutes to complete. Let’s get started!
1. Glitter glue counting sticks
Learning how to count doesn’t have to be drudgery. When you’re trying to explain how numbers work, why not be creative about it and get them to make glitter glue counting sticks? There’s not a lot of things that you’re going to need to complete the project, and what’s better than creating something with practical benefits at the same time?
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Almost everybody would want to start early on everything. “Oh, I wish I learned that when I was younger,” said someone on a get-together, talking about a skill they’ve never gotten. Maybe even you’ve said that before.
In education, starting early hopefully will give your children advantages later. Of course, starting too early is not recommended, as it puts unnecessary pressure on the children. What about tutoring? Is there any right age to start enrolling your children to a tutor center or hiring tutors home instead?
Truth it, every children is different. Some will be ready sooner than the other. However, it is safe to say that they can start to get tutoring when they are ready for preschool.